‘OK, what’s next?’ Sharon Osbourne gets real about her split from Ozzy


Last weekend was one hell of a whirlwind for Sharon Osbourne as news broke that the much-loved television personality was calling time on her relationship with former Black Sabbath star Ozzy Osbourne.

Appearing yesterday on The Talk, the 63-year-old former X Factor judge made one very slick move and implied that rumours surrounding Ozzy's infidelity had been true by carrying a glass of lemonade with her on-set.

Queen Bey would be proud, Shaz!

Opening up about the end of the couple's 34-year marriage, Sharon told her co-panellists: "I honestly am empowered, and I have this inner strength, and I'm like, 'Right, OK, what's next? I can handle this."

Despite insisting that she's doing well, the mum-of-three understandably became emotional while speculating on her future, admitting: "I honestly at this point today, have no idea what I'm going to be doing for the rest of my life."

"I don't know where I'm going, who I'm going with, and I just need time to think, and really think about myself — about what do I really want for the rest of my life because this is, like, getting to the last chapter of this book. I really want to think about it carefully, about where I want to go."

With admirable poise, the popular TV star thanked Ozzy for the life he gave her, saying: "I love Ozzy dearly. He's given me unbelievable life, he's given me three gorgeous children. I love him."

Aw lads, we're welling up over here.

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